Current Exhibition

"Botanamoeba" is an exhibit of acrylic paintings on wood panels.  The flora/fauna images were inspired by the work of artists in the Darwin era.

Ann Byal Feldshue




About the Artists

Steven Spathelf

Steven Spathelf was raised in rural Ohio and was recognized for his artistic talents as a child. He started painting at the age of 8 under the direction of Ethel Berlin. He received additional formal training at Bowling Green State University in Ohio and Kendall School of Design (later to become Kendall College of Art & Design) in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Soon after moving to Tampa Bay, Florida in 1982 Steven started to paint professionally.

His first murals were on children's walls in the homes of friends. He later presented his portfolio to interior designers and obtained commissions to paint hundreds of murals in the area's finest communities. He is best known for the many oranges and orange crate designs that grace the buildings in Dunedin, Florida. At last count, Steven has painted over 500 oranges in this little town on the water.?

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Lorraine Potocki

Lorraine Potocki was born in Trenton, New Jersey where she received her BA in Fine Art and Education from The College of New Jersey.? She works in pastel and acrylic in styles ranging from realistic to abstract impressionism and expressionism.

Potocki has exhibited throughout Florida including solo shows in Tampa, Lakeland, and Seminole.? Her work has been featured in Tampa Bay Magazine and is a past winner of the Clearwater Jazz Poster contest.? She is on the faculty of the Dunedin Fine Art Center and also teaches workshops throughout Florida

An award-winning artist, Potocki is also a member of the Pastel Society of Tampa Bay, the Pastel Society of America, and PAVA (Professional Association of Visual Artists).

She gladly welcomes commissions and visitors to her studio.

Sherida Wysocki

Sherida Wysocki is originally from Michigan.  After thirty-one years in higher education she retired to Tarpon Springs in 2015,  She now has time to dedicate herself to her love of collage designs, macro photography, and painting.  Being an experimental artist at heart, Sherida finds joy in the creative process and continues to explore new techniques and applications in the art world.

She has her studio and gallery at Ann's Monroe St. Gallery, 234 Monroe St., Dunedin, Florida.

Wysocki is a member of Studio 1212 Art Gallery, Dunedin Fine Art Center, and Sterling Society, Morean Arts Center, Creative Artists Guild, PAVA (Professional Association of Visual Artists), National Collage Association, and the International Society of Experimental Artists.